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Anne C Taylor Revocable Living Trust, to Georgene D Kreuzer Living Trust; 3805 Kevington Ave, Eugene; $213,000.
on December 7, 2001, six years later, the Texas probate court entered its final judgment (a jury verdict that was amended twice) finding that the will and revocable living trust of J.
The use of a revocable living trust may avoid this rule in some states.
Where the client wishes to avoid ancillary administration of assets situated in other states by placing title to those assets in the trustee of a revocable living trust.
This is a titling of property that does the same thing as a Revocable Living Trust, only on a smaller scale, with no lawyer expense and with only a few exceptions.
A revocable living trust permits you to transfer your ownership of your assets to the trust, while still maintaining control over those assets during your lifetime.
* THE BEST COURSE for avoiding probate and capital gains taxes is the revocable living trust.
* Revocable living trusts. If you own property in several states, a revocable trust arrangement can avoid multiple probate proceedings involving considerable expense and inconvenience.
A revocable living trust is a contractual arrangement between living individuals.
Bourdon and Sarenski advise that for clients displaying competency issues or for those who "just can't say no to relatives" to put their assets in a revocable living trust and assign a co-trustee.
Whereas a credit shelter trust is affirmatively funded by the provisions in the decedent's will or revocable living trust, a disclaimer trust is funded by the surviving spouse's election to disclaim assets being left to him or her.